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La capacidad redistributiva y estabilizadora del presupuesto del gobierno central español

  • NURIA BOSCH

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    (Universidad de Barcelona)

  • MARTA ESPASA

    ()

    (Universidad de Barcelona)

  • PILAR SORRIBAS

    (Institut d'Economia de Barcelona (IEB))

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    El objetivo de este trabajo es estimar los efectos redistributivo y estabilizador/asegurador del presupuesto de la Administración Pública Central española en el período 1991-1996 a nivel regional. Este análisis se lleva a cabo para el conjunto del presupuesto a través de los saldos fiscales regionales y, separadamente, para el conjunto de ingresos y gastos y sus principales categorías. La metodología empleada es un modelo econométrico de datos de panel. La principal conclusión es que el presupuesto tiene más poder redistributivo que estabilizador, presentando en ambos casos un mayor poder los gastos que los ingresos. Classification-JEL : E62, H11, H23

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    Article provided by IEF in its journal Hacienda Pública Española/Revista de Economía Pública.

    Volume (Year): 160 (2002)
    Issue (Month): 1 (march)
    Pages: 47-76

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